On Monday, June 26, 2017 at 5:05 a.m. Columbia County Central Dispatch received a call from the manager at the Korner Store in reference to a break in. When deputies arrived on scene the manager informed the deputies that when she arrived the front door was open. Deputies discovered the suspect had gained entry to the building though another door and that the safe had been removed and an ATM machine was destroyed. Deputies were able to obtain video surveillance. Later that day information came in that a truck matching the description of that on the surveillance video was at 616 Spring Street in Taylor. Columbia County Sheriff’s office contacted the Taylor Police Department to assist. Taylor Police went to the residence where they could see the truck and from the road could see the safe still in the back of the truck, Taylor Chief made contact with Robert W. Glass and discovered Glass had a felony warrant out of Potter County Texas and Glass was arrested for that warrant on scene. At that time Columbia County Detectives applied for and executed a search warrant on the residence of 616 Spring Street where they recovered items taken from the Korner Store. Glass was later interviewed and charges with commercial burglary, breaking and entering, theft of property over $5,000 and criminal mischief first degree. He is being held at the Columbia County Detention Center awaiting his first appearance.